This report provides an analysis of the usage and impact of a number of research data centres, representing a cross-section of research disciplines in the UK.
The study aimed to demonstrate the importance, relevance and beneﬁts of effective sharing and curation of research data for the UK research community. It looked at the long-term usage and impact of data curated by a cross-disciplinary selection of established data centres.
Using quantitative and qualitative approaches, the study gathered evidence on the extent data centres have been useful to the research community. As part of a wider body of work, this evidence will help to build a case for improving data sharing practice in the UK.
An evening event to launch the report will take place on Thursday 17 November – further details are available on the event page.
The report is available to download below. If you would like hard copies, please firstname.lastname@example.org